Team Secrets Of The Navy Seals: The Elite Military Force's Leadership Principles For Business
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Team Secrets Of The Navy Seals: The Elite Military Force's Leadership Principles For Business

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Team Secrets of the Navy SEALs is written especially for business professionals in today s cutthroat business environment. From his learned wisdom as a veteran SEAL, the author guides the reader through the keys to leadership success and the role of a leader in building a well-organized, competent, resourceful group of professionals who work together creatively to achieve

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Jul 05, 2011 chaz2b rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: team managers, team players, teams, everyone
Shelves: to-read-again
- 070511 finished. As mentioned before, i'm more of a solely operator, yet this book, and it's team concept, still had much to teach me. I look forward to digesting the lessons, applying them to irl situations, and rereading again and again to pick up the minute lessons I'll surely see then.
- 061311 only four chapters left. really liking the lessons incorporated in it, even though i, by no means, am the team player the book, and lessons, were intended for.
- 060611: Getting through it and loving...more
Most of the ideas on leadership and building teams are "duh" thoughts. I instinctively knew them, but maybe hadn't exactly thought about them in relation to the business environment. I hope to consciously incorporate some at work.
Jim Serger
Every person is a leader, every person is a part of a team. Work, family, community etc... The lessons the SEALS can teach us are applicable to all--great book on leadership and the art of developing leaders.
This book offered some good advice on working with teams, but at times was hard to read because it was repetitive.
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